Add a touch of sparkle to all your favorite craft projects with our premium craft glitter! We sell high quality fine craft glitter that is perfect for all sorts of projects for the classroom, after-school programs, church camps, sign makers, high school events, theatrical sets, parade floats & more (see below for a more complete list of applications). This glitter works great with Mod Podge, white & clear glues, paste, high quality spray glues, on wet paint, and more.
About The Flake: This Colossal Flake glitter offers an enormous sparkle. The rule of glitter is "The bigger the flake the bigger the sparkle!". The reason for this quite simple- more surface for light to bounce off of. This glitter is 0.125 (1/8") and boy does it throw a lot of light!
- Rigid Polyvinyl Chloride Film
- 0.125 Hex
- Non-Toxic (MSDS Sheet)
- Made in the USA
- NOT solvent resistant
How It Comes: Jar contains 3/4 ounce of glitter by weight. The jar is clear, easy to handle and comes with a removable lid. No need to remove the lid to dispense. The lid has a snap open section for pouring!
Stock: We keep large stocks on hand of most colors. We offer Free Shipping on orders over $100.00 to US mainland state addresses. We ship quickly and offer a very comprehensive Shipping Page here.
Volume & Coverage: Not sure how much 3/4 of an ounce is? The jar it comes in is 1 1/2" W x 1 5/8" H. Our GlitterMyWorld.com website is set up to help you with DIY questions, including coverage, glues, and specific applications
- School Art Projects
- Glitter Hats
- Parade Floats
- Theater Sets
- Party Decorations
- Floral Designs
- Children's Craft Kits
- Signs (Indoors due to sun fade over long periods)
- Store Window Displays & Decorations
- Applied on Glass Pictures/Mirrors
- Walls & Ceilings (Blown on when paint is wet)
- Alternate to Sand Art
- Decorating Shoes
Coatings on PVC glitter are not water and solvent resistant. When submerged in water some color may bleed (others do not). They are NOT designed to be pre-mixed with paints and grout and can fade with prolonged exposure to sunlight. Glitters that can be mixed with solvents are called polyester glitters. We have a very large selection of these glitters in the Poly Glitters section of the site.
|The above information is given for guidance only. While it is based on scientific evaluation, and is believed to be reliable, the manufacturer makes no warranties, whether expressed or implied, including warranties of merchantability and of fitness for a particular purpose for these products, since among other reasons the conditions of storage and use are beyond our control. |